Check for codes if you have a check engine light illuminating.
If the check engine light is on with no codes, you have a wiring or computer issue.
To read a check engine code a person will need a code reader. They can also take their vehicle to an Auto Zone store and have them read the codes and explain what they mean for free.
its under the drivers side dase
turn the key on and off 3 times and count the check engine flashes
55 Means End of Code... Its nothing to worry about. Just means there is no codes
what is code 14 in Honda civic 1990
The check engine light cannot be retrieved on a 1990 Cavalier unless a problem develops with the engine. The engine can be checked for errors, though, by using a tester that is plugged into the vehicle's computer.
It could be the coil pack or the crankshaft position sensor. run the codes by turning the key on, off, on, off, on without turn the key to start position. shotly after the check engine light goes off, the check engine lght will flash 2 digit fault codes. if 11 is one of the codes its likely a bad crank sensor.
If the check engine light is flashing it indicates that a cylinder misfire has been detected.
Have vehicle scanned to determine problem and recover codes Could be a bad coolant temperature sensor
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I have a 1990 Pontiac LeMans with a 1.6 Daewoo motor. The firing order is 1-2-4-3
There is no OBD connection on a 1990 Nissan as that is an OBD1 vehicle not OBD2. However there is a way to read the codes. https://codes.rennacs.com/Petrol-Engine/Japanese-Korean/Nissan-Engines.php
Cycle the ignition on/off/on/off/on and count the flashes of the check engine light. A pattern of two flashes, pause, two flashes would be a code 22.
Look under the lower dash by the transfer case shifter.
First, if you have a check engine light then have a shop scan for codes. That will tell you what is wrong. If it is bad then it will stall, hesitate, and blow out black smoke.
If the check engine light comes on, have the codes read, they may lead you to the problem. It may be as simple as a faulty coolant temp sensor.
Remove distributor cap Have assistant crank engine and check to see if rotor is turning as engine is cranked
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obd (1) codes are generic, same for all domestic obd(1) two or three digit codes
check thermostat is it opening at all check timing
check with the dealer for the reset codes.
I have a 1990 Honda accord ex and my check engine light the car goes form a high rev to a low rev when I first turn on the car. Is this a vacume line problem or a voltage problem?